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U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. GI Tuck, 18th Air Force commander, Scott Air Force Base Ill., presides over the 60th Air Mobility Wing Change of Command Ceremony at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., July 10, 2018. Col. John Klein relinquished command of Air Mobility Command’s largest wing to Col. Ethan Griffin. (U.S. Air Force photo by Louis Briscese) Travis says goodbye to Col. John Klein, welcomes Col. Ethan Griffin as new base commander
Ask an Airman what they like doing on warm, summer mornings and more than likely, you won’t hear, “Get in my blues and stand at attention for two hours.” For members of the 60th Air Mobility Wing, though, that’s exactly what they did, but for good reason. They, among many Airmen around Travis Air Force Base, California, were given the opportunity to bid a final farewell to departing 60th AMW commander, Col. John Klein, as well as welcome his replacement, incoming 60th AMW commander, Col. Ethan Griffin, during a change of command ceremony July 10.
0 7/11
2018
10,000 hours Journey to 10,000: KC-10 flight engineer closing in on milestone – Part I
Under the cover of darkness early in the morning of June 1 Master Sgt. Scott Dillinger inched closer to achieving a significant milestone: 10,000 flight hours.
0 6/02
2018
Mobility aircraft deliver buses to Haiti ‘Doing the good thing:’ Travis aids mission to improve education in Haiti
In the past three months, Travis Air Force Base and its more than 12,000 total force Airmen have engaged heavily in response to five different natural disasters, occurring in quick succession, devastating victims across the country and around the globe. After thousands of hours and countless resources spent on humanitarian response, one might expect the base to take a break, taper off for the holiday season and recharge for the mission demands that are bound to come in the new year. Instead, the opposite is true.
0 11/28
2017
A U.S. C-5M Super Galaxy assigned to the 22nd Airlift Squadron takes off from Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Nov. 18, 2017. Mobility Airmen support Argentine submarine search effort
Mobility Airmen are enabling international assistance through delivering equipment and personnel to aid the government of Argentina in its ongoing search for the A.R.A. San Juan, an Argentine navy submarine.
0 11/20
2017
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